Review: Amazon Services Try #4 – Giving Amazon Home Services One Last Try

Cable TVHave you ever needed to hang a TV, fix your computer, or put together a large desk but didn’t want to do it yourself? Amazon wants to be your go-to place for hiring cleaners, assemblers, handymen, electricians, and more.

Many of these services are great for cord cutters, with options like having an outdoor antenna installed to having a flat-screen TV mounted on your wall. You likely have seen the option to buy a TV with professional installation options or have a grill ordered on Amazon assembled for you.

A few weeks ago Cord Cutters News decided to put Amazon’s services to the test and ordered three different services to be completed at our new offices. With the move into a new office we decided to have Amazon assemble two new desks and put some new hardware in our video editing PC. Sadly Amazon canceled all three service requests without trying to rebook them to a new time.

After we posted our first review about our experience many readers said they have had great experiences with Amazon Services, so we decided to give them a fourth try.

Requesting the Service

Once again ordering the service was easy and smooth. We selected the TV mounting service to hang our new TV in our review lab. After we selected the service, we received a pop up letting us pick three different days for an Amazon rep to come and hang the TV in our office. We asked for them to come on a Thursday or Friday.

About 24 hours later Amazon emailed us back saying an Amazon rep could come out Friday morning to set up our TV.

Thursday morning on the week of install the tech called asking if they could come out Thursday afternoon to set up the TV. We agreed and they came out to set up the TV.

The Set Up

The work was done in about 30 minutes after they showed up, and they put all the trash back in the box. We signed on their phone letting them know that the work was done correctly.

Overall the experience was positive this time. Yet we do wish that if Amazon was unable to send a tech out in the requested times they would ask if we want to rebook instead of just canceling the service request like what happened for the first three requests.

So what do you think? Would you use Amazon Services? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think.

Review: Our Fourth Try Testing Out Amazon Services

Have you ever needed to hang a TV, fix your computer, or put together a large desk but didn’t want to do it yourself? Amazon wants to be your go-to place for hiring cleaners, assemblers, handymen, electricians, and more.

Many of these services are great for cord cutters, with options like having an outdoor antenna installed to having a flat-screen TV mounted on your wall. You likely have seen the option to buy a TV with professional installation options or have a grill ordered on Amazon assembled for you.

A few weeks ago Cord Cutters News decided to put Amazon’s services to the test and ordered three different services to be completed at our new offices. With the move into a new office we decided to have Amazon assemble two new desks and put some new hardware in our video editing PC. Sadly Amazon canceled all three service requests without trying to rebook them to a new time.

After we posted our first review about our experience many readers said they have had great experiences with Amazon Services, so we decided to give them a fourth try.

Requesting the Service

Once again ordering the service was easy and smooth. We selected the TV mounting service to hang our new TV in our review lab. After we selected the service, we received a pop up letting us pick three different days for an Amazon rep to come and hang the TV in our office. We asked for them to come on a Thursday or Friday.

About 24 hours later Amazon emailed us back saying an Amazon rep could come out Friday morning to set up our TV.

Thursday morning on the week of install the tech called asking if they could come out Thursday afternoon to set up the TV. We agreed and they came out to set up the TV.

The Set Up

The work was done in about 30 minutes after they showed up, and they put all the trash back in the box. We signed on their phone letting them know that the work was done correctly.

Overall the experience was positive this time. Yet we do wish that if Amazon was unable to send a tech out in the requested times they would ask if we want to rebook instead of just canceling the service request like what happened for the first three requests.

So what do you think? Would you use Amazon Services? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think.

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